E-galley Review: Rock F*ck Club #6 by Michelle Mankin

July 4, 2020 Review 0 ★★★½

I received this book for free from the author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

E-galley Review:  Rock F*ck Club #6 by Michelle MankinROCK F*CK CLUB #6 by Michelle Mankin
Series: Girls Ranking the Rock Stars #6
on June 15th, 2020
Genres: Adult Rock Star Romance
Pages: 300
Format: E-galley
Source: the author
My Rating: three-half-stars
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Synopsis:

Josephine Poet has completed filming for her season of the Rock F*ck Club. The rocker she has chosen has invited her to take a long ride with him…on his motorcycle. She wants nothing more than to spend every moment she can with the handsome lead singer of Anthem. But is the Rock F*ck Club really through for her? Are her troubles truly behind her…or are they lurking just around the next bend in the road?

My Review:

Unfortunately, this one just didn’t have the hook and the feeling of the rest of the series for me. I know part of it has to do with the fact that honestly it wasn’t really about the reality tv show the series began based on. Jo was basically done with the show, and just trying to figure out how to get out of the contract without having sex with anymore guys because she’d found her right one. All the parts about being able to decide when you’re finished if you don’t want to do the full number of guys, well I get that. It’s part of the empowerment for women. That part was great. The steamy scenes were as steamy as you’d want. But, in the beginning I began to feel as if it was making sure you had one scene in every chapter. And it almost got to be too much, I actually began skimming through those scenes to get to actual story, and that is not normal for me.

The plot was a depressing angle for the whole story, so that was kind of hard to read. And Jo kept doing what annoys me with not giving the other person a chance to decide what is right based on all the facts and history.

I’ll try to remember the series based on the first books that I loved, and just be okay with the end this way.

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